2016 Data Science Salary Survey
Tools, Trends, What Pays (and What Doesn't) for Data Professionals
Released: September 2016
In this fourth edition of O’Reilly’s Data Science Salary Survey, 983 respondents working across a variety of industries answered questions about the tools they use, the tasks they engage in, and the salaries they make. This year’s survey includes data scientists, engineers, and others in the data space from 45 countries and 45 US states.
The 2016 survey included new questions, most notably about specific data-related tasks that may affect salary. Plug in your own data points to the survey model and see how you compare to other data science professionals in your industry.
With this report, you’ll learn:
Participate in the 2017 Survey
The survey is now open for the 2017 report. Spend just 5 to 10 minutes and take the anonymous salary survey here: https://www.oreilly.com/ideas/take-the-2017-data-science-salary-survey.
John King is a data scientist at O’Reilly Media. Roger Magoulas is O’Reilly’s Vice President of Business Strategy and Research.